Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 6, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Minnesota: “Minnesota Chamber Sues Over Campaign Disclosure Law” by Dana Ferguson for Minnesota Public Radio

Mississippi: “Secretary of State’s Office Disables Online Campaign Finance Reporting Portal” by Sarah Ulmer for Magnolia Tribune


Florida: “Federal Judge Halts New Florida Law He Calls ‘Latest Assault’ on Voting” by Gary Fineout (Politico) for MSN


Alabama: “What Are the ‘Pork’ Handouts at the Center of a Birmingham Corruption Case?” by Hannah Denham and Joseph Bryant ( for MSN

California: “Should Facebook and Google Pay Local News Outlets for Their Content? AB 886 Would Require It” by Andrew Sheeler (Sacramento Bee) for MSN

Ohio: “Why Haven’t Ohio Lawmakers Passed Any Ethics Reforms Since Larry Householder’s Arrest?” by Jeremy Pelzer (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN

Legislative Issues

New York: “In New York Senate, Lawmakers Change Their Votes, Sometimes Days Later” by Chris Bragg for Buffalo News


Connecticut: “CT Bans Utilities from Billing Customers for Lobbying Efforts” by Akielly Hu (Grist) for Connecticut Mirror

New Mexico: “Ex-Director of Exploited Kirtland-Based Program Sentenced to Pay $1.2M in Restitution in Fraud Case” by Colleen Heild for Albuquerque Journal

Texas: “Ethics Review Commission OKs Pandemic-Era Changes to Lobbying Ordinance” by Nina Hernandez for Austin Monitor

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